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In this Issue

Olivier Dassault

Cover Profile:
Masayoshi Son

 

Lifestyles 360:


What a year it has been for giving!



 

 

 

Andrew Tisch and
Mary Skafidas

In their new book, Andrew Tisch and Mary Skafidas explore the stories of U.S. immigrants.

S.A. Ibrahim

The heart and soul of S.A. Ibrahim.


Lela Goren

Lela Goren is paving the way for the empowerment of women.

Sir James D. Wolfensohn

Sir James D. Wolfensohn on a life well lived.

 


Avi Shoshani

Avi Shoshani wants to use classical music to heal.

 

Mía Maestro

Actress Mía Maestro knows how to find inner peace between her work and conservation efforts.


Events

eventAutism Speaks Gala

eventDreamfest

eventMonte Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean

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Auction

Record-breaking auction at Christie's

See the video!

 

UpFront

Mega-philanthropist Bloomberg gives $1.8 billion

In what is being called the largest single donation ever to an educational institution, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has pledged $1.8 billion to his alma mater, Johns Hopkins University.

Peggy and David Rockefeller auction sales total $832.6 million

The Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller—consisting of 1,500 objects—has sold for $832.6 million after 10 days of online sales and three days of live auctions at Christie’s Rockefeller Center HQ.

Nike founder gives almost $1 billion to charity

Nike founder and chairman Phil Knight has announced a donation of 12 million shares of Nike stock—worth $990 million—to an unknown charity.

IKEA Foundation commits €300 million for climate change

The IKEA Foundation has extended its commitment to climate change with an additional donation of €300 million ($352 million).

MIT receives $350 million

A $350 million donation from Blackstone CEO Stephen A. Schwarzman has not only established the Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing at MIT, but has allowed the school to create a $1 billion initiative to address global challenges and opportunities presented by technological advances and artificial intelligence (AI).

In the Archives

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